What blood factors make a b negative?
RH factor in blood types stands for "Rhesus Factor". Blood tests were performed on Rhesus monkeys and the Rh+ and Rh- factors were isolated. An antigen found in the red blood cells of most people: those who have Rh factor are said to be Rh positive (Rh+), while those who do not are Rh negative (Rh-). What about the meaning of RHD- Rh blood group, D antigen . The rhesus complex is not just one antigen, but several, when someone is told to be Rh+, it usually refers to the D antigen (one of the components of the Rh complex), because it's the most common, and the easiest to identify, however it's not the only one.
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Blood can be either B positive or B negative. Blood can also be A positive, A negative, O positive, O negative, AB positive or AB negative.
Yes, O blood is often called the universal donor. Any blood type can receive O type blood. This is because no A or B antigens are present in O blood.
At least one parent would have to be B or AB. The other could be pretty much anything. Both could be either positive or negative.
No. The Rh Negative blood group is formed by an absence of the Positive factor.
Can a mother with B negative blood and a father with O positive blood have a baby with AB negative blood?
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: . Mother type B neg = can be BB or BO and only Rh (--) . Father type O pos = can only be OO and Rh (++) or (+-) Baby recieves one gene from each parent: . Baby is type BO Rh (+-) = B pos . Baby is type BO Rh (--) = B… neg . Baby is type OO Rh (+-) = O pos . Baby is type OO Rh (--) = O neg NOTE: there is no A gene for either parent. Generally the baby must be Type B pos/neg or Type O pos/neg HOWEVER : There is more to ABO blood typing thatjust the ABO gene. There is also an inhibitory gene that will change any genotype intothe phenotype O. Therefore a person with genetically AB blood can be tested ashaving Type O. . What if the baby is Type AB neg? If the father has the inhibitory gene affecting his AA, AOor AB type, then the Type AB baby is definitely possible. (MORE)
Can mother with B negative blood and father with O positive blood have a baby with AB negative blood type?
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: . Mother type B neg -- can be BB or BO and only Rh (--) . Father type O pos -- can only be OO with Rh (+-) or (--) Baby recieves one gene from each parent: . Baby is type BO Rh (+-) = B pos . Baby is type BO Rh (--) …= B neg . Baby is type OO Rh (+-) = O pos . Baby is type OO Rh (--) = O neg NOTE: There is NO A gene for either parent. Generally the baby will be either Type B pos/neg or Type O pos/neg. HOWEVER : There is more to ABO blood typing that just theABO gene. There is also an inhibitory gene that will change any genotype intothe phenotype O. Therefore a person with genetically AB blood can be tested ashaving Type O. . A baby from these parents could be AB neg IF If one Type O parent has the inhibitory gene affecting hisAA, AO or AB type, then the baby can be ABnegative . (MORE)
Only 2% of the people have B neg. blood.. They can give blood to B neg people only.. Can receive O neg. if needed. B Neg. is best.. It's the newest blood group known and was develope over time for higher alatues.
The parents could be a dominant A with an o and a dominant B with an o. The A and B are dominant, and the o's are recessive. The children can get 2 o's, one from each parent and they would then have o blood type.
Only 2% of the world's population has type B negative blood. Theonly blood type that is rarer is AB negative. It is a very rare blood type and very needed to help others.
Yes. The different blood types are A, B, AB, and O. But, both A and B have two variations. A can be either AA or AO, while B can be either BB or BO. AB can only be AB and O can only be OO. So, if the B parent has BO blood and the A parent has AO blood, each can give an O, resulting in OO blood, w…hich would be blood type O. Here is a chart of the possible results if the parents are AO and BO: . ...... B O A AB AO O BO OO . So, these parents can produce children with all four blood types: AB, A, B, and O. And, since one parent is Rh-negative and one is Rh-positive, the children could be either negative or positive. (MORE)
B negative varies depending on countries, but in the U.S. about 1.6 percent have that blood type.
The short answer is no.. There are 3 blood proteans; the A protean, the B protean, and the RH protean. A person who gets blood with a protean not normally found in their body will have real problems.. O blood is simply a way of saying that the blood lacks both A and B proteans. The - or + part of …a blood type is just a way of saying if the RH protean is found or not. (+ if it is found - if not.). If a person with O+ blood gets b- blood they will get sick because the B protean will be attacked by the patient's body. (The body can't handle the foreign protean.). If a person with b- blood gets O+ blood they will get sick because the RH protean will be attacked by the patient's body. (Again, the body can handle the foreign protean.) (MORE)
If the mother has a negative blood and the father is b negative does that make the child ab negative?
No. If both parents have a negative blood type, the child will either have the mother's blood type, or father's blood type, or if one parent is A- and the other B- only then can a child be born AB-. However, if two people with negative blood types try to have a baby, that may be very difficult. S…terility usually runs on the negative blood types, but conceiving a child is not impossible for them. (MORE)
It depends on what recessive gene you and your wife carry. Your children could theoretically have all of the types, A, B, AB, or O. As a type A, your recessive gene could be A or O. It could not be B because that would express and your blood type would be AB. Your wife could have the recessive genes… B or O. She could not have A. So basically, your children have a 25% chance for any of the blood types. (MORE)
\nNo. Blood type is determined by a couple of things. The first are the antigens present on the red blood cells. This is where you get A, B, and AB blood types. If you lack either A or B antigens, you have an O blood type. The +/- refers only to the Rhesus factor D, or RhD. It does not refer to… other rhesus factors that are not considered in blood type. With this factor, you either have it on your blood cells (+) or you do not (-). It is impossible to have a positive blood type and not have rhesus factor D because that would be a complete contradiction to the naming system. (MORE)
In what order are the blood types for rarity like o negative and positive b negative and positive a negative and positive and ab negative and positive?
TYPES DISTRIBUTION RATIOS O+ 1 person in 3 38.4% O - 1 person in 15 7.7% A+ 1 person in 3 32.3% A - 1 person in 16 6.5% B+ 1 person in 12 9.4% B - 1 person in 67 1.7% AB+ 1 person in 29 3.2% AB - 1 person in 167 0.7%
Yes. Rh factor is a phenotype similar to the blood type. Positive is dominant and so the possible genotypes are ++ or +-, whereas for negative it can only be --. If the parents are both +- they can produce ++, +-, or --. There is a 25% chance that these parents would have an O- child. Of course if o…ne of the parents is ++ while the other is +- they can only produce ++ or +-, making the children O+. Finally, if both of the parents are ++ then they can only produce ++, making O+. -- The above answer is a very confusing way of simply saying "A parent with O+ and a parent with O- have a chance of having a child with one or the other." But when you ask whether combining O+ and O- can create either a + or -, the answer is no. Blood is not math. Either the inherited Rh antigen is present or it isn't. If it is, you get +, if it isn't, you get -. It's that simple. (MORE)
No.\n. \nThere are 4 basic blood types: A, B, AB, and O\nO can be given to any of the above types HOWEVER the second factor in blood donation is the Rh factor. When a blood is said to be either - or + it is describing whither the blood does or does not have Rh antibodies in it. (An person with O+ …blood has Rh antibodies)\n. \nThe only people that can get a + blood type are those who have a + blood type themselves. If a person who has a - blood type receives a + blood transfusion the body's immune system will see the Rh antibodies as invaders and try to attack the cells causing an inflammatory response by the body and the person can die. Therefore a person who is B- cannot receive O+ blood. \n. \nO- is the "universal donor" because ANY blood type regardless of type or Rh status can receive that donor. (MORE)
No. The + Rh factor is a dominate gene and the - Rh is recessive.
Both parents are rhesus-negative and have a genotype of BX (X being any of A, B and O), but nothing else can be determined.
No, because the RH factor (or the D antigen) on the red blood cells that gives you the + or - blood type is genetically inherited. This means that if neither parent has the D antigen they cant pass it onto their children.
I am O negative and my mother is O negative I am O negative however my mother is A postive
Only if he's adopted.. Parents with a + blood type can have children with a - blood type, but parents with an O bloodtypes can only have O type children together.
If fathers blood group is o positive and mothers blood group is b negative can child blood group be a negative or a positive?
Either. We know the mother is homozygous recessive rh- rh- for rh factor, so she can only pass on an rh negative allele to a child. However, if the father is heterozygous rh+ rh- for rh factor, he could pass on one of those two alleles to a child. If he passes on the rh+ (dominant) allele, the baby …would be rh positive. If he passes on the rh- allele, the baby would be rh negative. (MORE)
Yes, it can, even if the father is also positive, if both the father and mother have genes for the Rh factor as "Rr" (positive), then the baby may be "rr" negative.
Depends, the incidence of the gene varies from region to region of the planet. But generally, B negative blood is a rare type of blood. The only rarer one being AB negative.
Yes. 85% of the population is Rh+. Rh- is recessive . Type O+ and B- can make O+/- (or) B+/-
Something called the "Rhesus Factor". If you have the Rhesus Factor, your blood is "positive". If you don't have it, you are Rhesus Negative. If someone belongs to the B blood group, you would see medical notes recording B Rh Neg or B Rh Pos.
You can either be B negative, or O negative. You cannot be A, since it's a codominant type. You cannot be positive since negative is a recessive trait, and both parents must be negative/negative, then you must be as well. You could possibly be O negative if you inherit a recessive O from each parent…. (MORE)
Yes - this is quite possible. With Rh factors, the positive is the dominant allele. If both parents are heterozygous, Rh + Rh - , then they can have an Rh - child. The parent with blood type B also has to be heterozygous for this, BO.
I am uncertain whether or not it is true, but 30 years or so ago I read a book which indicated that people of Western European origin who were B-Neg had an ancestor who was Mongol.
Yes, this can happen, if the alleles of Rh+ are not identical which means : Rh+Rh- and the other parent is negative has one gene type: Rh-Rh- so the two parents : Rh+Rh- X Rh-Rh- they will have kids with Rh- in a percentage with 50% and about the O blood type yeah it is possible wi…th 25% and the gene symbol for O is (ii) this result will come when the gene of blood types for parents are : I B i X I B i (MORE)
Yeah. It's like math (+)( -) =(-) But it can only be O blood. O blood can give to everyone but only receive form itself.
Yes! O NEG is a universal donor, so it is compatible with all blood types...
If you have B- blood: You can give to people with: B+, B-, AB+, and AB-. You can recieve blood from people with: B- and O-.
they can have a A positive A negative O positive O negative depending on genes of A
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: . Mother type O pos = can only be OO and Rh (++) or (+-) . Father type B pos = can be BB or BO and Rh (++) or (+-) Baby receives one gene from each parent: . Baby is type BO (++) = Type B pos . Baby is type BO (+-) =… Type B pos . Baby is type BO (--) = Type B neg . Baby is type OO (++) = Type O pos . Baby is type OO (+-) = Type O pos . Baby is type OO (--) = Type O neg YES , the baby of O pos and B pos parents can beblood Type O neg. (MORE)
Yes. To put it simply, both the B and A blood types can be BO and AO from an inheritance standpoint, meaning a child could be O. The same for the rh portion of the question, a child with one rh positive parent and one rh negative patient could be rh negative.
No. If neither parent has an A or AB type, then there is no A gene to pass on to the child.
These combinations: A+ and B+/B- A- and B+ B+ and B+/B- B- and B+/B- B+ and O+/O- B- and O+/O- The A parents would have to be heterozygous for the A blood group. The A+ parents would have to be heterozygous for the + rH factor. The B parents could be homo- or heterozygous for the… B blood group. The B+ parents would have to be heterozygous for the + rH factor. The O+ parents would have to be heterozygous for the + rH factor. All the A, B, or O negative parents would be homozygous recessive for the negative rH factor. (MORE)
Rh blood type is determined by the presence or absence of the D antigen. People who are Rh positive have the D antigen and those that are Rh negative lack this. Some people have a variant of the D antigen, called Du. Presence of Du antigen causes lab results to report the blood type as Rh negative, …although the patient behaves as an Rh positive would. Du negative means a "true Rh negative" result. (MORE)
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: . Mother type B pos -- can be BB or BO with Rh (++) or (+-) . Father type B pos -- can be BB or BO with Rh (++) or (+-) Baby receives one gene from each parent: . Baby is type BB (++)/(+-) = Type B pos . Baby is type B…B (--) = Type B neg . Baby is type BO (++)/(+-) = Type B pos . Baby is type BO (--) = Type B neg . Baby is type OO (++)/(+-) = Type O pos . Baby is type OO (--) = Type O neg YES. These parents can have a child that is Type B negative. (MORE)
(b negative) person can only receive blood from b negative person or ( o negative )person
If you have B-positive blood, you can get B-positive or B-negative blood. But if you have B-negative blood, you will need only get B-negative blood. B-negative blood is used for emergencies when there's no time to test a person's B type. I do not recommend transfusions at all. They have side effe…cts and risk no matter what doctors are telling you. It has nothing to do with religion beliefs or something. Even, thought, I am religion. Anyway.. Here: The doctors can make a mistake and give you a risk of infections. For me, I had lost of blood when I were young -- between 10 to 14 years old -- I dont remember. I told mom that I refused this transfused and she agreed. See ? I am alive and well in 30's. No blood transfused need. All I need is rest plenty and eats lots as well as few sugars such as cookies and fruits. Its helped a lot. Hope it helps. Be wise! Dont listen to the doctors. There are many new viruses awaiting thanks to blood transfusions.. Its not natural! (MORE)
No he can't. The acceptor has B negative, so he has antibodies against Rhesus D in his blood. The donor has Rhesus D, because he is positive, so the antbodies in the plasma of the acceptor will attack the D antigens on the red blood cells of the donor, which has a lot of nasty effects.
Remember that a negative multiplied by a negative is a positive. Factors of 24: 1 and 24----- 2 and 12------ 3 and 8------ 4 and 6.. the negatives also work so: -1 and -24---- -2 and -12----- -3and -8----- -4 and -6 If we add each one we get : -25...............-14................ -11............….. -10 therefore -8 and -3 are factors of 24 and sum up to make -11 (MORE)
If one parent is AB- and another parent is B-, then the possible bloodtypes of their child is as follows: AB- BB- B- [or BO-] A- [or AO-] There would be an equal chance of any one of these genotypes from occurring.
The offspring of AB negative and B positive parents may be type A, B or AB, Rh positive or negative. Specific type depends on the genotype of the phenotypic B, Rh positive parent.
Blood types A negative and B positive cannot donate or receive blood from each other. If you're asking if two people of this blood type can have a baby -- yes, of course.
If a baby is blood type B, the one parent must have a B. The possible combinations are: One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent B (homozygous or heterozygous) One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent A (heterozygous) One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other p…arent AB One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent O One parent AB (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent O (homozygous or heterozygous) The Rh factor must be either positive heterozygous or negative in each of the parents. (MORE)